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How to Give a Great Recognition Speech

September 18, 2014 by   filed under: Research and Studies

Have you seen the 2010 film (and Best Picture winner at the 83rd Academy Awards) The King’s Speech? Here’s a quick rundown: Colin Firth plays King George VI who, to overcome his speech impediment, visits an Australian speech therapist played by Geoffrey Rush. With some assistance, King George was able to dramatically improve his speech [...]

How to Write a Wellness Plan

July 10, 2014 by   filed under: Research and Studies

Your body is your temple.  You only have one body.  There are so many different phrases and sayings, but they all focus on one thing; take care of your body by making healthy decisions today for tomorrow. In order to guide your choices and to reach your goals for a healthier you, it is important [...]

Managers are Key for Successful Employee Recognition

July 8, 2014 by   filed under: Research and Studies

If you have a job in today’s economy you’re quite thankful, but that doesn’t mean that you aren’t thinking about or looking for a position at another company.  No, it is still important to keep employees engaged and to show that they are appreciated.  Just because the economic environment of today is brutal does not [...]

Low Cost Staff Appreciation Can Produce High Rewards

June 30, 2014 by   filed under: Research and Studies

Simple acknowledgement can go a long way.  As a manager, your employees seek your feedback, positive praise, and recognition regarding their performance.  This needs to be done on a consistent and ongoing basis.  Managers who express gratitude to their staff of employees establish a deeper personal connection with them and open the door for stronger [...]

Reducing Health Care Costs With Wellness Programs

June 22, 2014 by   filed under: Research and Studies

Healthcare costs continue to rise and for the foreseeable future, will likely continue to do so.  As a result, many organizations have turned to wellness programs as a way to strike a balance between becoming more efficient and offering benefits that will attract top talent. A Deloitte 2011 “Top Five Total Rewards Priorities Survey” discovered [...]

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